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Windsor County Vermont account book
Unidentified account/day book from Windsor Co., VT. Possibly town of Hartford. The accounts detail the income and daily work of a man who provided veal to local people and establishments (Including Dartmouth College), worked on the telephone lines in Hartford, VT, served legal papers on criminals, and was a carpenter.
Rauner Manuscript Codex 003271

La Alianza Latina records
La Alianza Latina. Dartmouth College student group. The collection contains records of the organization including its constitution, meeting minutes, newsletters, letters, and reports.
Rauner Manuscript MS-1360

Eleazar Wheelock sermons
Wheelock, Eleazar 1711-1779 creator
Eleazar Wheelock (1711-1779), minister and founder of Dartmouth College. The collection contains sermons of Eleazar Wheelock in manuscript form.
Rauner Manuscript MS-940

Ernest Martin Hopkins papers
Hopkins, Ernest Martin, 1877-1964 creator
Ernest Martin Hopkins (1877-1964), president of Dartmouth College (1916-1945) and graduate of the Class of 1901. The collection contains professional correspondence, manuscripts, articles, diaries, appointment books, clippings, reports, financial documents, ephemera and scrapbook pages. The collection chronicles Hopkins professional life outside of Dartmouth with personal financial materials as well as family correspondence included.
Rauner Manuscript MS-1359

Charles Pearson papers
Pearson, Charles 1920-1944 creator
Charles Pearson, 1920-1944. Dartmouth College Class of 1942. The collection contains scrapbooks, correspondence, periodicals and ephemera related to his time at Dartmouth College and in the US Navy during World War II.
Rauner Manuscript MS-895

Whitney Campbell papers
Campbell, Whitney 1904-1973 creator
Whitney Campbell (1904-1973), attorney. Dartmouth College Class of 1925. The collection contains correspondence, photographs and ephemera from his student days at Dartmouth College, including correspondence with Theodor Geisel, aka "Dr. Seuss".
Rauner Manuscript MS-905

Dick Hoefnagel papers
Hoefnagel, Dick 1922-2013 creator
Dick Hoefnagel, pediatrician and author. Born in 1922. The collection contains photocopies of historical documents and articles, correspondence, clippings, writings and notes related to his research of American history with an emphasis on the history of Dartmouth College.
Rauner Manuscript MS-929

Catalogus eorum qui in Collegio Dartmuthensi
List, in latin, of Dartmouth College students and their class year, 1771-1777.
Rauner Manuscript mss 003272

Jaques and Marcus letter
Thank you letter from jewelers Herman Marcus and George Jaques to editor and poet, George Parsons Lathrop. The letter originally accompanied a gift of an Opal pin which was in appreciation for Lathrop's poem "A Casket of Opals."
Rauner Manuscript mss 889629

Gilbert Murray letter
Murray, Gilbert, 1866-1957 author
Letter from Gilbert Murray to George Bernard Shaw concerning the censorship of Shaw's play "The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet" by Irish authorities.
Rauner Manuscript mss 909159

Anacréon, Sapho, Bion et Moschus : traduction nouvelle en prose. Suivie de la Veillée des fêtes de Vénus et d'un choix de pièces de différens auteurs
Anacreon
Paphos [i.e. Paris] : Le Boucher, 1773
Vie d'Anacréon -- Odes d'Anacréon -- Vie de Sapho -- Poésies de Sapho -- Vies de Bion et de Moschus -- Idylles de Bion -- Idylles de Moschus -- Épigrammes de l'anthologie -- Morceaux traduit de Catulle -- Traduction de quelques odes d'Horace -- Veillée des fêtes de Vénus -- Poésies de différens auteurs -- Loisirs d'un poète à la campagne.
Rauner Hickmott 666

Héro et Léandre : poème
Musaeus, Grammaticus
Sestos [i.e. Paris] : Le Boucher, 1774
Avertissement -- Héro et Léandre -- Vie de Théocrite -- Idylles de Théocrite.
Rauner Hickmott 666

Phrosine et Mélidore : poëme en quatre chants
Bernard, P. J. 1710-1775
Messine ; Le Jay, 1772
Rauner Hickmott 667

The deserted village : a poem
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774
London : Printed for W. Griffin ..., 1770
Rauner Hickmott 670

Le jugement de Paris : poëme en IV chants, suivi d'oeuvres mêlées
Imbert, Barthélemy, 1747-1790
Amsterdam : [publisher not identified], 1774
Rauner Hickmott 671

A sentimental journey through France and Italy
Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768
London : Printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, 1768
Rauner Hickmott 672

A sentimental journey through France and Italy
Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768
London : Printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, 1768
Rauner Hickmott 672

England's heroical epistles : written in imitation of the stile and manner of Ovid's epistles : with annotations
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631
London : Printed for J. Hazard, at the Bible, near Stationer's Hall, L. Gilliver and J. Clarke, at Homer's Head in Fleetstreet, and R. Dodsley, at Tully's Head, Pall-Mall, M.DCC.XXXVII [1737]
Rauner Hickmott 673

Basia Joannis Secundi Nicolai Hagensis, or, The kisses of Joannes Secundus Nicolaius of the Hague : in Latin and English verse : with the life of Secundus, and a critic upon his Basia : adorn'd with a cut of the author, and another of his mistress Julia engrav'd by the famous Bernard Picart the Roman
Janus, Secundus, 1511-1536
London : Printed for H. Lintot, 1731
Rauner Hickmott 676

Drunken Barnaby's four journeys to the north of England : in Latin and English metre : wittily and merrily (tho' an hundred years ago) compos'd; found among some old musty books that had lain a long time by in a corner, and now at last made publick : together with Bessy Bell
Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673
London : Printed for S. Illidge, 1723
Rauner Hickmott 677

Poems
Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771
London : Printed for J. Dodsley, 1768
Ode on the spring.--Ode on the death of a favourite cat.--Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College.--Hymn to adversity.--The progress of poesy.--A Pindaric ode.--The bard.--The fatal sisters.--An ode (from the Norse tongue)--The descent of Odin.--An ode (from the Norse tongue)--The triumphys of Owen.--A fragment. From Mr. Evans's Specimens of the Welch poetry.--Elegy written in a country church-yard.
Rauner Hickmott 679

The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774
London : Printed for F. Newbery, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1766
Details the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth century England.
Rauner Hickmott 681

The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774
London : Printed for F. Newbery, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1766
Details the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth century England.
Rauner Hickmott 681

D. Junii Juvenalis et Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae
Juvenal
Cantabrigiae : Prostant venales Londini, apud Gul. Sandby ... Cantabrigiae, apud G. Thurlbourn & J. Woodyer, 1763
Rauner Hickmott A0334

Polymer mixtures and films : free volume as a driving force for miscibility and glassiness
DeFelice, Jeffrey, author
"The microscopic characteristics of polymer molecules are connected with many macro- scopic and mechanical properties of their liquid (pure or mixed) and solid states. How these properties are affected by the different molecular attributes of polymers is of particular interest for practical applications of polymer materials. In Part I of this thesis, the thermodynamics of polymer/supercritical CO₂ mixtures and blends of linear and branched polymers are modeled using a lattice based equation of state approach. Analyses of trends in the pure component physical properties lead to insight regarding how changes in molecular architecture and/or isotopic labeling affect the relative compatibilities of the mixtures. This approach is also applied to the mixed state to predict the enthalpic and entropic changes of mixing, from which, information is provided about the role of pure component properties in controlling the underlying thermodynamics of the mixtures. In Part II, the focus of this thesis turns to how interfacial effects can shift a number of physical properties in glass forming uids relative to those of the pure bulk material. One of the most notable deviations from bulk behavior that has been reported for these systems is a change in the glass transition temperature (T[subscript g]). In this work, interfacial effects on T[subscript g] are probed in film and polymer/additive systems using a simple kinetic lattice model that simulates free volume and mobility in glass forming uids. For films, the thickness-dependent behavior of T[subscript g] is characterized for different types of interfaces, including films that are substrate supported, free- standing, and ̀stacked'. Connections are drawn between the size of the region of enhanced mobility near a free surface and the distribution of local T[subscript g] values across a film. For polymer/additive systems, where the \interface" is dispersed throughout the material, trends in additive induced T[subscript g] changes are analyzed with respect to additive concentration and the strength of the additive's in uence on the local mobility of the polymer matrix."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis QD47.5.N43 D3 2017def

Identifying critical signaling pathways underlying glioblastoma pathology
Rahme, Gilbert J., author
"Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most aggressive primary brain tumor. The median survival of patients diagnosed with GBM remains at 12-15 months despite multimodal therapies including ionizing radiation, temozolomide chemotherapy, and surgery. This aggressive behavior is mediated largely due to two major characteristics of GBM: 1) the high invasive potential of GBM cells, and 2) the resistance to current methods of therapy. In elucidating novel mechanisms that drive GBM tumor cell invasion, I found that ID4, a transcription factor belonging to the inhibitor of DNA binding (ID) family, suppresses tumor cell invasion by downregulating the expression of a secreted matrix proteinase, matrix metalloproteinase 2 (MMP2). Further experimentation revealed that ID4 directly binds to TWIST1, a basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factor which has been described as a master regulator of invasion. This interaction leads to the downregulation of MMP2. Importantly, high expression of ID4 in tumors of GBM patients was associated with improved prognosis and lower MMP2 expression, providing support to the clinical relevance of our mechanistic findings. The discovery that GBM, a single histo-pathological disease, comprises four transcriptomic subtypes highlights the potential of distinct signaling pathways controlling tumorigenesis in each of these subtypes. Amongst these four subtypes, which include the proneural, neural, classical, and mesenchymal subtypes, the proneural subtype is characterized and driven by gain-of-function alterations in platelet-derived growth factor receptor alpha (PDGFRA) and is resistant to current therapy. I used a mouse model that closely resembles proneural glioma, bioinformatics and loss-of-function experimentation to define a signaling pathway driven by PDGF signaling that is required for tumor cell survival: a PDGF-E2F1/3-USP1-ID2 axis. To extend the findings of that study, I have performed whole-genome CRISPR knockout (GeCKO) screening of proneural GBM cells and plan on validating the results of this screen using a new lentiviral-mediated mouse model of proneural PDGF-driven GBM that I developed. This study contributes significantly to our knowledge of signaling pathways that underlie GBM pathology and suggests novel therapeutic targets that could help better manage patients diagnosed with GBM. Our findings can be applicable to other tumors in which TWIST1 drives invasion and PDGF signaling drives tumorigenesis."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

Influence of genetic variation in eicosanoid metabolism enzymes in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
Sausville, Lindsay (Gordon), author
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2016

Zelis au bain : poëme en quatre chants
Pezay, Alexandre Frédéric Jacques de Masson, marquis de, 1741-1777
A Geneve, [1763?]
Rauner Hickmott 683

Defining the novel tumor suppressive function of G0S2 and its implications in cancer therapy
Yim, Christina Yeaeun, author
"G₀/G₁ switch gene 2 (G0S2) is a retinoic acid (RA) target gene that is widely expressed in diverse organs. G0S2 shares no homology with other well-characterized proteins, and efforts to define the biological function of G0S2 have been explored in various cellular contexts. To date, G0S2 is best described as a negative regulator of adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL). G0S2 is also commonly silenced by DNA methylation in a variety of solid tumors, and G0S2 induction is associated with RAmediated clinical remissions in acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL). This evidence implicates G0S2 in tumor suppression, although definitive proof and mechanistic details are lacking. This thesis demonstrates that G0S2 opposes oncogene-induced transformation. Loss of G0S2 in mouse embryonic fibroblasts (MEFs) confers a higher susceptibility for transformation with oncogenes and results in upregulation of gene signatures associated with transformation, proliferation and MYC transcriptional responses, accompanied by an increase in transcript and protein levels of MYC. Genetic and pharmacologic ablation of MYC in G0S2-null MEFs abolishes their transforming susceptibility, indicating that G0S2 inhibits transformation, at least in part by suppressing a MYC-regulated transcriptional program. Our data support a novel tumor suppressive role for G0S2 and lay the groundwork for future work defining the importance of G0S2 in cancer. In silico analysis indicates that G0S2 is highly repressed in breast cancer, and high G0S2 expression correlates with reduced recurrence, particularly in estrogen receptor-positive (ER⁺) subtypes. G0S2 overexpression also represses breast cancer cell proliferation in vitro. These findings implicate an important role for G0S2 in ER⁺ breast cancer proliferation and survival and suggest that G0S2 may serve as a biomarker and/or antineoplastic target in breast cancer. Finally, we present a novel link between G0S2 and PI3K/AKT/mTOR signaling. PI3K/AKT/mTOR-related gene signatures are enriched in G0S2-null MEFs. Furthermore, G0S2 loss confers resistance to PI3K and mTOR pathway inhibitors. Importantly, G0S2 overexpression in human breast cancer cells is associated with decreased basal mTOR signaling and increased sensitivity to the inhibitors. Further work is required to elucidate underlying mechanisms. Nevertheless, these findings provide additional clinical implications for G0S2 in modulating responses to PI3K/mTORtargeted therapies for ER⁺ breast cancer."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

The socioecology of Batek hunter-gatherers in Peninsular Malaysia
Kraft, Thomas S., author
"Identifying the determinants of reproductive success in small-scale societies is critical for understanding how natural selection has shaped human evolution and behavior. The available evidence suggests that status-accruing behaviors such as hunting and prosociality are pathways to reproductive success, but social egalitarianism may disrupt this pathway. Here we introduce a longitudinal data set based on 45 years of research with the Batek, a population of egalitarian rainforest hunter-gatherers in Peninsular Malaysia, and use it to test the effects of four predictors of lifetime reproductive success: (i) foraging return rate, (ii) sharing proclivity, (iii) cooperative foraging tendency, and (iv) kin support. We found that none of these factors can explain variation in lifetime reproduction among males or females. We suggest that social egalitarianism can mediate the pathway between status-accruing behavior and reproductive success. Our approach advocates for greater theoretical and empirical attention to quantitative social network measures, female foraging, and fitness outcomes."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

The laws of poetry,
Gildon, Charles, 1665-1724
London, Printed for W. Hinchliffe, 1721
Rauner Hickmott 685

The orthodox communicant : by way of meditation on the order for the administration of the Lord's-Supper, or Holy Communion : according to the liturgy of the Church of England
Howel, Laurence, 1664?-1720
London : Engraven and sold by J. Sturt ..., MDCCXXI [1721]
Rauner Hickmott 686

A complete collection of genteel and ingenious conversation : according to the most polite mode and method now used at court, and in the best companies of England
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745
London : B. Motte, and C. Bathurst, 1738
Rauner Hickmott 687

Characterization of TcpB, a minor pilin essential for the production and function of the Vibrio cholerae toxin-coregulated pilus
Gao, Yang, author
"The Gram-negative Vibrio cholerae is the etiological agent of the acute diarrheal disease cholera. The colonization of V. cholerae cells of the host intestine requires the virulence factor toxin-coregulated pilus (TCP), a bacterial appendage belonging to the type IVb pilus subcategory. The pilus structure is composed of the major pilin TcpA, and assembled by the TCP biogenesis apparatus. TCP has one minor pilin, TcpB, that is essential for all TCP functions. Less abundant and non-functional pilus structures are observed in a mutant lacking tcpB. This, combined with the findings that localization and stability of TcpB does not require any other components of the biogenesis apparatus, suggests that TcpB plays a unique role in TCP functions. To better understand the role TcpB plays on specific TCP functions, we performed an extensive, targeted mutagenesis study of tcpB, and identified residues that specifically affect TCP's ability to secrete the colonization factor TcpF, as well as residues critical for TCP functions but are dispensable for pili to form wild-type level super bundles. Combined with the recently solved structure of a TcpB homolog, CofB, a structural prediction of TcpB emerges, giving context to the residues that are functionally important. It has been shown that TCP is retractile, a phenotype common to many type IV pilus systems that contain a retraction ATPase. While TCP does not possess a retraction ATPase, it has been demonstrated that TcpB may play a role in mediating TCP retraction. We show that TCP retraction is independent of potential retraction ATPases found in V. cholerae. Localization studies using immuno-electron microscopy suggest that TcpB functions predominantly from within the cells, and genetics studies show that TcpB incorporation into the assembling pilus is required for the secretion of the colonization factor TcpF, and essential for autoagglutination and phage transduction as well. Combined, these studies lead to a greater understanding of the role a minor pilin can play in the production and function of type IVb pilus systems "
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

The poems of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey : who flourish'd in the reign of Henry the Eighth. : Printed from a correct copy, with the poems of Sir Thomas Wiat, and others his contemporaries, to which are added some memoirs of his life and writings
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of, 1517?-1547
London : Printed for W. Meares and J. Brown, 1717
Rauner Hickmott 690

Chart of poisons : for the use of families and physicians
Crosby, Thomas Russell, 1816-1872
[Boston] : [publisher not identified], [1846]
Rauner Alumni C8836c

Chart of poisons : for the use of families and physicians
Crosby, Thomas Russell, 1816-1872
[Boston] : [publisher not identified], [1846]
Rauner Alumni C8836c

The Works of the Earls of Rochester, Roscomon [sic], and Dorset, the Dukes of Devonshire, Buckinghamshire, &c. : with memoirs of their lives : in two volumes : with additions, and adorned with cuts
London, Printed in the year 1739
Rauner Hickmott 688

Poems and translations : with the sophy, a tragedy
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669
London : Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head, over-against Katharine-Street in the Strand, 1719
Rauner Hickmott 692

The Agreeable variety : in two parts
London : Printed for the author, and sold by G. Strahan ..., 1717
Rauner Hickmott 694

Les amours pastorales de Daphnis et Chloé
Longus
[Paris] : [Quilleau], 1718
Rauner Hickmott 693

Quinti Horatii Flacci opera. Vol. II
Horace
Londini : Aeneis tabulis Incidit Iohannes Pine, 1737
Rauner Hickmott 696

A Collection and selection of English prologues and epilogues. : Commencing with Shakespeare, and concluding with Garrick. In four volumes
London : Printed for Fielding and Walker ..., 1779
v. 1. Prologues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne -- v. 2. Epilogues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne. Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Congreve -- v. 3 Prologues: Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Addison. Congreve. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Various. Foote. Colman. Cumberland. Garrick -- v. 4. Epilogues: Addison. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Shenstone. Various. Foote. Colman. Goldsmith. Cumberland. Garrick.
Rauner Hickmott 697

A Collection and selection of English prologues and epilogues. : Commencing with Shakespeare, and concluding with Garrick. In four volumes
London : Printed for Fielding and Walker ..., 1779
v. 1. Prologues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne -- v. 2. Epilogues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne. Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Congreve -- v. 3 Prologues: Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Addison. Congreve. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Various. Foote. Colman. Cumberland. Garrick -- v. 4. Epilogues: Addison. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Shenstone. Various. Foote. Colman. Goldsmith. Cumberland. Garrick.
Rauner Hickmott 697

A Collection and selection of English prologues and epilogues. : Commencing with Shakespeare, and concluding with Garrick. In four volumes
London : Printed for Fielding and Walker ..., 1779
v. 1. Prologues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne -- v. 2. Epilogues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne. Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Congreve -- v. 3 Prologues: Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Addison. Congreve. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Various. Foote. Colman. Cumberland. Garrick -- v. 4. Epilogues: Addison. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Shenstone. Various. Foote. Colman. Goldsmith. Cumberland. Garrick.
Rauner Hickmott 697

A Collection and selection of English prologues and epilogues. : Commencing with Shakespeare, and concluding with Garrick. In four volumes
London : Printed for Fielding and Walker ..., 1779
v. 1. Prologues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne -- v. 2. Epilogues: Shakespeare. Beaumont and Fletcher. Massinger. Jonson. Old plays. Dryden. Sir William Davenant. Waller. Cowley. Sir George Etheridge. Lee. Mrs. Behn. Shadwell. Wycherley. Otway. Southerne. Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Congreve -- v. 3 Prologues: Dennis. Prior. Rowe. Lansdowne. Cibber. Vanbrugh. Addison. Congreve. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Various. Foote. Colman. Cumberland. Garrick -- v. 4. Epilogues: Addison. Farquhar. Gay. Centlivre. Pope. Shenstone. Various. Foote. Colman. Goldsmith. Cumberland. Garrick.
Rauner Hickmott 697

Poems and essays
Bowdler, Miss 1743-1784
Bath : Printed by R. Cruttwell, 1786
Rauner Hickmott 698

Poems and essays
Bowdler, Miss 1743-1784
Bath : Printed by R. Cruttwell, 1786
Rauner Hickmott 698

Les amours de Psyché et de Cupidon, avec le poème d'Adonis
La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695
Paris : Saugrain, 1797
Rauner Hickmott 699

Les amours de Psyché et de Cupidon, avec le poème d'Adonis
La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695
Paris : Saugrain, 1797
Rauner Hickmott 699

The fables : with a life of the author, and embellished with 112 plates
London : J. Stockdale, 1793
Rauner Hickmott 701

The fables : with a life of the author, and embellished with 112 plates
London : J. Stockdale, 1793
Rauner Hickmott 701

Reliques of ancient English poetry : consisting of old heroic ballads, songs, and other pieces of our earlier poets, together with some few of later date
London : Printed by J. Nichols, for F. and C. Rivington, 1794
Rauner Hickmott 702

Reliques of ancient English poetry : consisting of old heroic ballads, songs, and other pieces of our earlier poets, together with some few of later date
London : Printed by J. Nichols, for F. and C. Rivington, 1794
Rauner Hickmott 702

Reliques of ancient English poetry : consisting of old heroic ballads, songs, and other pieces of our earlier poets, together with some few of later date
London : Printed by J. Nichols, for F. and C. Rivington, 1794
Rauner Hickmott 702

The man of feeling
Mackenzie, Henry, 1745-1831
London : Printed for A. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1794
Rauner Hickmott 706

Observations on the poems of Homer and Virgil : a discourse representing the excellencies of those works; and the perfections in general of all heroick action
Rapin, René, 1621-1687
London : Printed by S.G. [i.e. Sarah Griffin] and B.G. [i.e. Bennet Griffin] for Jonathan Edwin, at the Sign of the three Roses in Ludgate-Street., [1672?]
Rauner Hickmott 704

M. Annaei Lucani Pharsalia, sive, De bello civili Caesaris et Pompeii, lib. X
Lucan, 39-65
Amsterodami : Apud Joannem Blaeuw, 1643
Rauner Hickmott 703

Barnabees journall, under the names of Mirtilus & Faustulus shadowed : for the travellers solace lately published, to most apt numbers reduced, and to the old tune of Barnabe commonly chanted
Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673
[London] : [John Haviland], [1638]
Rauner Hickmott PR2214.B3 B3 1638

Poly-Olbion. Part 1
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631
London : Printed for M. Lownes, I. Browne, I. Helme, I. Busbie, ingraue[d] by W. Hole, [1612]
Rauner Hickmott 707

A grammatical institute of the English language : comprising an easy, concise, and systematic method of education, designed for the use of English schools in America : in three parts. Part second, Containing a plain and comprehensive grammar, grounded on the true principles and idioms of the language
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843
Hartford : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1796
Rauner Hickmott 708

Roberte, the deuyll : a metrical romance, from an ancient illuminated manuscript
London : Printed for I. Herbert, 1798
Rauner Hickmott 709

All Ovids elegies : 3 bookes
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D
Middlebourgh : [publisher not identified], [1595?]
Rauner Hickmott 710

A brefe chronycle concerning the examination and death of the blessed martir of Christ Sir John Oldecastell the Lord Cobham
Bale, John, 1495-1563
Imprinted at London : Anthony Scoloker and Wyllyã Seres dwelling without Aldersgate, [1548?]
Rauner Hickmott 711

Caii Suetonii Tranquilli de uita XII Caesarum
Suetonius, approximately 69-approximately 122
Lugduni [Lyon] : [Balthasar de Gabiano], anno domini Mcccccviij die uero iij octobris [1508 Oct. 3]
Rauner Hickmott 712

Gardner's photographic sketch book of the War
Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882
Washington : Philp & Solomons, [1866]
Plates: Vol. I: 1. The Marshall House, Alexandria, Virginia. August, 1862 -- 2. Slave Pen, Alexandria, Virginia. August, 1862 -- 3. Fairfax Court-House. June, 1863 -- 4. Stone Church, Centreville. March, 1862 -- 5. Fortifications on the Heights of Centreville. March, 1862 -- 6. Quaker Guns, Centreville. March, 1862 -- 7. Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run, Virginia. March, 1862 -- 8. The Mathews House. March, 1862 -- 9. Manassas Junction, Virginia. March, 1862 -- 10. Manassas Junction. March, 1862 -- 11. Fortifications at Manassas. March, 1862 -- 12. Battery Number One, before Yorktown, Virginia. 1862. May, 1862 -- 13. Battery Number One, near Yorktown, Virginia. May, 1862 --- 14. Mortar Battery Number Four, near Yorktown, Virginia. May, 1862 -- 15. The Moore House, near Yorktown. May, 1862 -- 16. Camp at Cumberland Landing, on the Pamunkey. May, 1862 -- 17. Military Bridge, across the Chickahominy. June, 1862 -- 18. Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard. December, 1864. -- 19. Antietam Bridge, Maryland. September, 1862 -- 20. Burnside Bridge, across Antietam Creek. September, 1862 -- 21. Dunker Church, Battle-field of Antietam. June, 1863 -- 22. Signal Tower, Elk Mountain, Maryland. September 1862 -- 23. President Lincoln on the Battle-field of Antietam. October, 1862 -- 24. Scene in Pleasant Valley, Maryland. October, 1862 -- 25. Pontoon Bridge, across the Potomac at Berlin. November, 1862 -- 26. Harper's Ferry, Virginia. July, 1865 -- 27. What do I want, John Henry? Warrenton, Va., November, 1862 -- 28. Scouts and Guides to the army of the Potomac. Berlin, October, 1862 -- 29. The Lacy House, Falmouth, Virginia. December, 1862 -- 30. Fredericksburg, Virginia. February, 1863. -- 31. Battery D, second United States Artillery. May, 1863 -- 32. Pontoon Bridges, Across the Rappahannock. May, 1863 -- 33. Evacuation of Aquia Creek. June, 1863 -- 34. Confederate Prisoners at Fairfax Court-House, Virginia. June, 1863 -- 35. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 36. A Harvest of Death. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 37. Field where General Reynolds fell, Battle-field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 38. Interior View of Breastworks on Round Top, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 39. Gateway of Cemetery, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 40. A Sharpshooter's Last Sleep, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 41. The Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 42. Trossell's House, Battle-Field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 43. Headquarters Army of the Potomac during the Battle of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 44. Slaughter Pen, Battle-Field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 45. Studying the Art of War. Fairfax Court-House. June, 1863 -- 46. Provost Marshall's Office, Aquia Creek, Winter of 1862-3. February, 1863 -- 47. Castle Murry, near Auburn, Virginia. November, 1863 -- 48. Culpeper, Virginia. November, 1863 -- 49. General Post-Office, Army of the Potomac. December, 1863 -- 50. The Halt. May, 1864.
Rauner Rare Book E468.7 .G19 1866

Gardner's photographic sketch book of the War
Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882
Washington : Philp & Solomons, [1866]
Plates: Vol. I: 1. The Marshall House, Alexandria, Virginia. August, 1862 -- 2. Slave Pen, Alexandria, Virginia. August, 1862 -- 3. Fairfax Court-House. June, 1863 -- 4. Stone Church, Centreville. March, 1862 -- 5. Fortifications on the Heights of Centreville. March, 1862 -- 6. Quaker Guns, Centreville. March, 1862 -- 7. Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run, Virginia. March, 1862 -- 8. The Mathews House. March, 1862 -- 9. Manassas Junction, Virginia. March, 1862 -- 10. Manassas Junction. March, 1862 -- 11. Fortifications at Manassas. March, 1862 -- 12. Battery Number One, before Yorktown, Virginia. 1862. May, 1862 -- 13. Battery Number One, near Yorktown, Virginia. May, 1862 --- 14. Mortar Battery Number Four, near Yorktown, Virginia. May, 1862 -- 15. The Moore House, near Yorktown. May, 1862 -- 16. Camp at Cumberland Landing, on the Pamunkey. May, 1862 -- 17. Military Bridge, across the Chickahominy. June, 1862 -- 18. Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard. December, 1864. -- 19. Antietam Bridge, Maryland. September, 1862 -- 20. Burnside Bridge, across Antietam Creek. September, 1862 -- 21. Dunker Church, Battle-field of Antietam. June, 1863 -- 22. Signal Tower, Elk Mountain, Maryland. September 1862 -- 23. President Lincoln on the Battle-field of Antietam. October, 1862 -- 24. Scene in Pleasant Valley, Maryland. October, 1862 -- 25. Pontoon Bridge, across the Potomac at Berlin. November, 1862 -- 26. Harper's Ferry, Virginia. July, 1865 -- 27. What do I want, John Henry? Warrenton, Va., November, 1862 -- 28. Scouts and Guides to the army of the Potomac. Berlin, October, 1862 -- 29. The Lacy House, Falmouth, Virginia. December, 1862 -- 30. Fredericksburg, Virginia. February, 1863. -- 31. Battery D, second United States Artillery. May, 1863 -- 32. Pontoon Bridges, Across the Rappahannock. May, 1863 -- 33. Evacuation of Aquia Creek. June, 1863 -- 34. Confederate Prisoners at Fairfax Court-House, Virginia. June, 1863 -- 35. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 36. A Harvest of Death. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 37. Field where General Reynolds fell, Battle-field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 38. Interior View of Breastworks on Round Top, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 39. Gateway of Cemetery, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 40. A Sharpshooter's Last Sleep, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. July, 1863 -- 41. The Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 42. Trossell's House, Battle-Field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 43. Headquarters Army of the Potomac during the Battle of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 44. Slaughter Pen, Battle-Field of Gettysburg. July, 1863 -- 45. Studying the Art of War. Fairfax Court-House. June, 1863 -- 46. Provost Marshall's Office, Aquia Creek, Winter of 1862-3. February, 1863 -- 47. Castle Murry, near Auburn, Virginia. November, 1863 -- 48. Culpeper, Virginia. November, 1863 -- 49. General Post-Office, Army of the Potomac. December, 1863 -- 50. The Halt. May, 1864.
Rauner Rare Book E468.7 .G19 1866

Readout circuits for Quanta image sensors
Masoodian, Seleh, author
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2016

Biophysical and structural characterization of the N-terminal death effector domain of cFLIP
Panaitiu, Alexandra-Elena, author
"cFLIP (cellular FLICE-like inhibitory protein) is a member of the Death Domain superfamily of proteins. An inactive procaspase-8 homologue, cFLIP contains two N-terminal death effector domains (DEDs) which provide the interface for protein-protein interactions important in the formation and stabilization of cellular signaling complexes. Originally identified as a modulator of extrinsic apoptosis through inhibition of the Death Inducing Signaling Complex (DISC), cFLIP has been implicated in other physiological processes including inflammation, immune receptor signaling, necroptosis, and autophagy. Extensive literature exists documenting the functional roles of cFLIP in a multitude of cellular processes and disease states, primarily in the context of cancer biology. However, no structural information regarding the DEDs of cFLIP and no known cFLIP ligands have been reported. This dissertation describes the first biophysical characterization of the interaction between the cFLIP and the ubiquitous calcium-sensing protein calmodulin, the first structural characterization of a cFLIP death effector domain, and the identification of preliminary cFLIP ligands. The interaction between cFLIP and calmodulin was shown to be mediated by a C-terminal region on the N-terminal death effector domain (DED1) of cFLIP. The details of the complex formed by calmodulin and the afferent DED1-derived peptide have been elucidated through an experimental framework involving molecular biology, biophysical chemistry, and computational refinement. The results implicate calmodulin as a potential player in DISC-mediated apoptosis and highlight the functional relevance of the DED1 of cFLIP. Following the demonstration of the importance of the cFLIP DED1, a stable construct amenable to structural characterization was developed. Through protein engineering and molecular modeling, a chimeric cFLIP DED1 construct was designed. Dubbed DED1ch, this protein exhibits markedly improved solution behavior and stability compared to the wild-type cFLIP domain. The solution structure of the engineered cFLIP DED1ch is described. Based on this structure, residue-specific molecular details of the interaction interfaces of cFLIP with FADD and calmodulin are defined. Finally, utilizing the newly characterized solution structure of the chimeric DED1, preliminary, low-affinity cFLIP ligands are identified from virtual compound library screening through molecular docking followed by experimental validation. These first cFLIP ligands will serve as a scaffold for drug development targeting cFLIP."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis QD47.5.N43 D3 2017pan

Metal-mediated formation of phosphapyracenes : synthetic and mechanistic studies
Wang, Ge, author
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis QD47.5.N43 D3 2017wan

Computational methods for protein modeling and design based on an ensemble view of protein structures
Zheng, Fan, author
"Understanding sequence-structure relationships of proteins is a central theme of computational structural biology. To create accurate mapping between sequences and structures is a big computational challenge, because the inherent dynamics of protein molecules requires any structure to be seen as an ensemble containing a large number of structural states. In this thesis, I focus on developing new structural modeling methods representing two routes towards efficient sequence-structure mapping that are compatible with this ensemble view of structures. First, I will show that the relationships between the sequence and the structural ensemble of a protein can be revealed by breaking down the protein into constituent structural fragments, for which ensemble statistics can be obtained from the protein structure database. Second, sequence-structure relationships can be also extracted by combining explicit atomistic modeling of ensembles and statistical tools reducing the overall computational cost. Implications in structure prediction, mutational analysis, and design of protein-interaction modulators will be presented and discussed, showing the great promise held by these methods in further improving the state-of-the-art in a broad spectrum of applications in computational structural biology."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2016

Characterization of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa response to hypoxia in biofilms and infections, as mediated by the oxygen-responsive regulator Anr
author, author
"There is a growing appreciating that microbes invariably encounter hypoxic conditions during infections for a number of reasons, and that an ability to adapt to, and thrive in low oxygen is a major feature of pathogenesis. The Gram-negative human pathogen P. aeruginosa is well-equipped for life in oxygen-limited conditions; P. aeruginosa is capable of growth at oxygen concentrations <0.4% via the activity of high-affinity terminal cytochrome oxidases, and it can utilize nitrate species as alternative electron acceptors, as well as ferment pyruvate and arginine. These processes are all regulated by the oxygen-sensitive transcription factor Anr, a redox-sensitive, iron-sulfur protein that is active in low-oxygen conditions. The work presented in this thesis establishes Anr as a critical regulator of multiple additional factors that are necessary for the ability of P. aeruginosa to persist in the hypoxic infectious niche, and reports a relationship between quorum sensing (bacterial cell-cell communication) and Anr activity that may shape P. aeruginosa population structures in vivo. Strains of P. aeruginosa that are deficient in quorum sensing (QS) are regularly isolated from both acute and chronic infections. Work presented here shows that known Anr-regulated transcripts are more abundant in lab strains and clinical isolates that have lost the master regulator of QS in P. aeruginosa, LasR, indicating high Anr activity in the absence of QS. In addition, loss of Anr in LasRdeficient strains, but not LasR-intact strains, leads to decreased production of the 4- hydroxy-2-alkylquinolines and to decreased expression of multiple loci that are directly co-regulated by Anr and LasR, including genes related to H2 type VI secretion. Clinical strains of P. aeruginosa with loss-of-function mutations in lasR were commonly isolated from keratitis infections in the Steroids for Corneal Ulcers Trial (SCUT). All LasR-deficient isolates showed characteristic defects in protease and rhamnolipid production, and also showed abundant production of CupA fimbriae, consistent with high Anr activity. Molecular typing of these strains determined that SCUT isolates with identical lasR mutations were closely related strains or clones, despite being isolated from different study sites over multiple years, indicating that P. aeruginosa strains deficient in LasR signaling persist in the environment and cause infections. This was the first report of endemic, LasR-deficient P. aeruginosa. The presence of LasR-deficient strains in keratitis was significantly associated with worse patient outcomes, an important observation that runs counter to a paradigm which says that quorum-sensing is an essential virulence trait in acute disease. Anr was demonstrated to be an essential regulator of a hemerythrin-like protein, and of the cupA genes, necessary for production of appendages with uncharacterized function. Data describing the role for P. aeruginosa hemerythrin in low-oxygen biofilms are presented, along with data that support the hypothesis that hemerythrin increases P. aeruginosa respiration in hypoxia through protein-protein interactions with the high-affinity cbb3-type terminal cytochrome oxidases. Analysis of P. aeruginosa by atomic force microscopy revealed the presence of CupAassociated appendages that have features characteristic of membranous lipid tubes from other bacteria, including branching morphology and association with membrane vesicles. The work presented in this thesis represents substantial and important contributions to many aspects of P. aeruginosa biology, and specifically delves into how a single regulator controls multiple features of P. aeruginosa that allow this organism to cause persistent and problematic infections."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

The Arctic Voyages of A.E. Nordenskiöld, 1858-1879 : with illustrations and maps
Leslie, Alexander
London : Macmillan and Co., 1879
Rauner Stefansson G625 .L477 1879

Captain Gregg and his dog
Providence [R.I.] : H.H. Brown, Printer, 1831
Rauner 1926 Coll C378

Willie's vacation
Urbino, L. B. -1888
Boston : S.R. Urbino, 13, School Street, 1864
Rauner 1926 Coll U73wi

OSHER@Dartmouth ... courses
Hanover, NH : OSHER@Dartmouth, [2014]-
Rauner D.C. History LD1449.5 .I44

Comparative analysis of central metabolism in three thermophilic saccharolytic bacteria
Zhou, Jilai, author
"The conversion of lignocellulose to ethanol is hampered by high processing costs, due to the recalcitrant nature of the feedstock. Thermophilic anaerobic bacteria protentially can overcome this recalcitrance since they produce hydrolytic enzymes. Clostridium thermocellum is a thermophilic bacterium that can efficiently degrade cellulose and use the products directly for fermentation. However, wild type C. thermocellum produces ethanol at a relative low level and previous attempts to engineer it for high ethanol production have not yet met targets for industrial application. Thermoanaerobacterium saccharolyticum and Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicus are closely related thermophiles that can solubilize hemicellulose and use a broad range of C5 and C6 sugars. T. saccharolyticum has been successfully engineered for producing ethanol at high yield and titer. However, the central metabolism of three organisms has not been well understood. In this thesis, the central metaboilsm of C. thermocellum was studied and found to have several key differences compared with typical glycolysis. Among these, the phosphofructokinase in C. thermocellum is pyrophosphate dependent instesad of ATP dependent and that C. thermocellum does not have a pyruvate kinase for conversion from phosphoenolpyruvate to pyruvate. Based on this discovery, C.thermocellum was engineered to produce ethanol over 60% of theoretical yield with homogeneous NADH dependent ethanol producing pathway. Meanwhile, efforts were also made towards understanding the central metabolism of T. sacc harolyticum and T. ethanolicus. The conversion of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA was examined in T. saccharolyticum. It was observed that pyruvate ferredoxin oxidoreductase primarily plays the catabolic role, carrying most flux from pyruvate to acetyl-CoA, while pyruvate formate lyse was shown to be essential for biosynthesis of T. sacharolyticum. This work contributed to the identification of two different ethoanol produceing pathways in T. saccharolyticum. The roles of different alcohol dehydrogenases in T. ethanolicus during ethanol formation were determined as well. It was shown that evern with the existence of bifunctional alcohol dehydrogenase (AdhE), other alcohol dehydrogenases (AdhA or AdhB) were important for producing ethanol of high yield. The result of this thesis lays a foundation for understanding the central metabolism of these three microorganisms."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2016

The whole works of Homer, prince of poetts, in his Iliads and Odysses
Homer
At London : Printed for Nathaniell Butter, [1616]
Rauner Hickmott 713

The generall historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer isles : with the names of the adventurers, planters, and governours from their first beginning an⁰: 1584 to this present 1626 : with the proceedings of those severall colonies and the accidents that befell them in all their journyes and discoveries : also the maps and descriptions of all those countryes, their commodities, people, government, customes, and religion yet knowne : divided into sixe bookes
Smith, John, 1580-1631
London : Printed by I.D. and I.H. for E. Blackmore, 1632
Rauner Hickmott 715

Gynaikeiōn, or, Nine bookes of various history concerninge women : inscribed by þe names of þe nine muses
Heywood, Thomas, approximately 1574-1641
London : Printed by Adam Islip, 1624
Rauner Hickmott 714

Troia Britanica, or, Great Britaines Troy : a poem deuided into XVII. seuerall cantons, intermixed with many pleasant poeticall tales. : concluding with an vniuersall chronicle from the creation vntill these present times
Heywood, Thomas, approximately 1574-1641, author
London : Printed by W. Jaggard, 1609
Rauner Hickmott 718

A world of wonders, or, An introduction to a treatise touching the conformitie of ancient and moderne wonders, or, A preparatiue treatise to the Apologie for Herodotus : the argument whereof is taken from the Apologie for Herodotus
Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598
London : Imprinted for Iohn Norton, 1607
Rauner Hickmott 716

The life and death of Hector : one and the first of the most puissant, valiant, and renowned monarches of the world called the nyne worthies : shewing his jnvincible force, together with the marvailous and most famous acts by him atchieved and done in the great, long, and terrible siege, which the princes of Greece held about the tovvne of Troy, for the space of tenne yeares : and finally his vnfortunate death after hee had fought a hundred mayne battailes in open field against the Grecians, the which heerein are all at large described, wherein there were sla[i]ne on both sides fourteene hundred, and sixe thowsand, fourscore, and sixe men
written by John Lidgate
At London : Printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1614
Rauner Hickmott 717

The philosophie, commonlie called, the morals
Plutarch, author
At London : Printed by Arnold Hatfield, 1603
Rauner Hickmott 724

Du Bartas his diuine weekes and workes with a compleate collectio[n] of all the other most delightfull workes
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590
London : Printed by Robert Young, 1633
Rauner Hickmott 720

The Booke of common prayer and administration of the sacraments : and other rites and ceremonies of the Church of England
London : Printed by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty, and by the assignes of Iohn Bill, 1634
Rauner Hickmott 721

Clinical feasiblity of intraoperative prostate cancer margin assessment using electrical impedance
Mahara, Aditya, author
"Currently there is no reliable and efficient clinical protocol to intraoperatively assess surgical margins during radical prostatectomy (RP). The objective of this study is to demonstrate feasibility of near real-time intraoperative surgical margin assessment during a Robot Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy (RALP) procedure using a drop-in endoscopic electrical impedance sensing probe. This thesis focuses primarily on design, evaluation, and construction of an optimized endoscopic probe that can be deployed through a 12 mm diameter laparoscopic port positioned during a RALP procedure. The technology is evaluated through two ex-vivo studies and one in-vivo study of patients undergoing RALP procedure. Two main techniques analyzed during this study are: Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) and Electical Impedance Tomography (EIT). Significant benign to malignant contrasts were observed for ex-vivo study. Both EIS and EIT show good predictive performance of 0.76 and 0.80 area-under-curve (AUC), respectively, when considering discrete frequencies only. A machine learning algorithm is implemented to combine features, which improves the AUCs of EIS and EIT to 0.83 and 0.85, respectively. Finally, in-vivo data collected from patients undergoing RALP procedures from the two anatomical locations on the prostate and two surrounding peri-prostatic regions demonstrate clinical feasibility of using bio-impedance within a clinical setting. In summary, the significant benign to malignant contrasts observed ex-vivo and the successful use of this probe intraoperatively to collect impedance data suggests the feasibility of deploying this technology to provide surgeons with real-time information regarding the pathological state of margins during RP. This work provides a path for larger follow-up clinical study."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2016

A treatise excellent and compe[n]dious, shewing and declaring, in maner of tragedye, the falles of sondry most notable princes and princesses vvith other nobles, through ye mutabilitie and change of vnstedfast fortune : together with their most detestable [and] wicked vices
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375
[London] : In ædibus Richardi Tottelli, cum priuilegio, [1554]
Rauner Hickmott 723

Hypnerotomachie, ov, Discours du songe de Poliphile : deduisant comme amour le combat a l'occasion de Polia
Colonna, Francesco, -1527
A Paris : Pour Iaques Keruer, M.D. LXI
Rauner Hickmott 725

The storye of the most noble and worthy kynge Arthur : the which was the fyrst of the worthyes Chrysten, and also of hys noble and valyaunt knyghtes of the rounde table
Malory, Thomas, Sir, active 15th century
Imprynted at London : By Thomas East, [1582?]
Rauner Hickmott 726

Singularity methods for modeling dynamic stall of lifting surfaces
Laws, Nicholas D., author
"Airfoil flow separation impacts a number of applications including wind and hydrokinetic turbines, gas turbine generators, and bio-inspired micro-aerial vehicles. In order to achieve maximum performance, some devices operate near the edge of flow separation, and others use dynamic flow separation advantageously. Engineers must take in to account the extreme and unsteady loads that result from flow separation. Currently, evaluating these forces requires full Navier-Stokes simulations, with run-times on the order of days. Therefore, there is a need for fast simulation methods to evaluate the forces on lifting surfaces in separated flows and facilitate engineering design. This work presents a novel unsteady vortex lattice method that takes into acount the effects of leading-edge flow separation, with run-times on the order of seconds to minutes. The ability of the method to capture dynamic stall is evaluated from a number of airfoil geometries and kinematics, with comparisons to Navier-Stokes solutions and experimental data. Specifically, we consider two classes of airfoil kinematics: rigid body motions (pitch-up-an-hold, pitch-up-hold-pitch-down); and dynamic trailing edge flap deflections. Results show that our method is accurate for rigid-body motions resulting in single dynamic stall events that exhibit formation and shedding of a large leading-edge vortex. Our model is also able to qualitatively capture trailing edge flap events. Surprisingly, although the model is able to capture these dynamic events, the model performs poorly in steady fully-separated flow scenarios, typically over predicting the lift force. This work provides a fast engineering design tool for evaluationg the forces on airfoils in separated flow. The mode is available open-source to the academic and engineering community. It is easily adaptable to different airfoil geometries and kinematics, which makes it broadly useful for a number of applications."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2016

The historie of the holy warre
Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661
Cambridge : Printed by Thomas Buck, one of the printers to the University of Cambridge, 1639
Rauner Hickmott 728

The traveller, or, A prospect of society : a poem inscribed to the Rev. Mr. Henry Goldsmith
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774
London : J. Newbury, 1765
Rauner Hickmott 729

Nicotinamide cofactor ratios in engineered strains of Clostridium therocellum and Thermoanaerobacterium saccharolyticum
Beri, Dhananjay, author
"Clostridium therocellum and Thermoanaerobacterium saccharolyticum are bacteria under investigation for production of biofuels from plant biomass. T. saccharolyticum has been engineered to produce ethanol at high yield (>90% of theoretical) and titer (>70 g/l). Efforts to engineer C. thermocellum have not, to date, been as successful, and efforts are underway to transfer the ethanol production pathway from T. saccharolyticum to C. thermocellum. One potential challenge in transferring metabolic pathways is the possibility of incompatible levels of nicotinamide cofactors. These cofactors (NAD⁺, NADH, NADP⁺ and NADPH) ant their oxidation state are important in the context of microbial redox metabolism. In this study we directly measured the concentrations and reduced: oxidized ratios of these cofactors in a number of strains of C. thermocellum and T. saccharoyticum by using acid/base extraction and enzymatic assays. We found that cofactor ratios are maintained in a fairly narrow range, regardless of the metabolic network modifications considered. We have found that the ratios are similar in both organisms, which is a relevant observation in the context of transferring the T. saccharolyticum ethanol production pathway to C. thermocellum."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2016

Les amours de Psyché et de Cupidon : avec le poème d'Adonis
La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695
A Paris : De l'imprimerie de Didot le jeune, l'an troisieme [1795]
Rauner Hickmott 733

The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland : together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches
Oxford : Printed at the Clarendon Press, by Dawson, Bensley, and Cooke ; 1806
Rauner Hickmott 735

Study of creep of alumina-forming austenitic stainless steel for high-temperature energy applications
Afonina, Natalie Petrovna, author
"To withstand the high temperature (>700°C) and pressure demands of steam turbines and boilers used for energy applications, metal alloys must be economically viable and have the necessary material properties, such as high-temperature creep strength, oxidation and corrosion resistance, to withstand such conditions. One promising class of alloys potentially capable of withstanding the rigors of aggressive environments, are alumina-forming austenitic stainless steels (AFAs) alloyed with aluminum to improve corrosion and oxidation resistance. The effect of aging on the microstructure, high temperature constant-stress creep behavior and mechanical properties of the AFA-type alloy Fe-20Cr-30Ni-2Nb-5A1 (at.%) are investigated in this study. The alloy's microstructural evolution with increased aging time was observed prior to creep testing. As aging time increased, the alloy exhibited increasing quantities of fine Fe₂Nb Laves phase dispersions, with a precipitate-free zone appearing in samples with higher aging times. The presence of the L1₂ phase [gamma]'-Ni₃A1 precipitate was detected in the alloy's matrix at 760°C. A constant-stress creep rig was designed, built and its operation validated. Constant-stress creep tests were performed at 760°C and 35MPa, and the effects of different aging conditions on creep rate were investigated. Speciamens aged for 240 h exhibited the highest creep rate by a factor of 5, with the homogenized sample having the second highest rate. Samples aged for 2.4 h and 24 h exhibited similar low secondary creep rates. Creep tests conducted at 700°C exhibited a significantly lower creep rate compared to those at 760°C. Microstructural analysis was performed on crept samples to explore high temperature straining properties. The quantity and size of Fe₂Nb Laves phase and NiA1 particles increased in the matrix and on grain boundaries with longer aging time. High temperature tensile tests were performed and compared to room temperature results. The high temperature results were significantly lower when compared to room temperature values. Higher creep rates were correlated with lower yield strengths."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2016

Oeuvres de P.J. Bernard
Bernard, P. J. 1710-1775
A Paris : De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'aîne, 1797
Rauner Hickmott 737

The works of Virgil: : containing his Pastorals Georgics and Æneis
Virgil
London : Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judges-Head in Fleetstreet, near the Inner-Temple-Gate, MDCXCVIII. [1698]
Rauner Hickmott 739

The historie of the holy vvarre;
Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661
Cambridge : Printed by Roger Daniel, and are to be sold by John VVilliams ..., 1647
Rauner Hickmott 741

The history of the life and reigne of Richard the Third
Buck, George, Sir, -1622 or 1623
London : W. Wilson, 1646
Rauner Hickmott 742

Comedies and tragedies
Killigrew, Thomas, 1612-1683
London : Printed for Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New-Exchange, 1664
The princesse, or, Love at first sight -- The parsons wedding -- The pilgrim -- Cicilia & Clorinda, or, Love in arms -- Thomaso, or, The wanderer -- Bellamira her dream, or, The love of shadows -- Claricilla -- The prisoners.
Rauner Hickmott 743

Construction of monolithic all-glass optical cavities for trapping ultracold atoms
Evans, Jesse, author
"This thesis reports a successful testing of a procedure for the construction of a highfinesse monolithic glass bowtie cavity using hydroxide catalysis bonding. The design of the cavity is optimized for use in optical dipole trapping of ultracold atoms. The all-glass design is especially suited for experiments that include rapidly changing magnetic field, such as those employing Feshbach resonances. These all-glass hydroxide catalysis bonded cavities are ultra-high vacuum compatible and survive moderate bake-out temperatures required to reach ultra low pressures. We developed a set of alignment procedures and mechanical jigs for the purposes of precisely aligning a symmetric bowtie cavity. The alignment procedures and jigs guarantee a minimal degree of cavity twist and maximize overlap at the beam crossing point. A prototype cavity constructed using these procedures was measured to have a beam overlap within the tolerances necessary to generate an effective crossed beam dipole trap."
Kresge Thesis M.S. Phys. 2017

Poems
Philips, Katherine, 1632-1664, author,
London : Printed by J.M. for H. Herringman, at the sign of the Blew Anchor in the lower walk of the New Exchange, 1667
Rauner Hickmott 746

An historical, physiological and theological treatise of spirits, apparitions, witchcrafts, and other magical practices : with a refutation of Dr. Bekker's World bewitch'd : and other authors that have opposed the belief of them
Beaumont, John, -1731
London : Printed for D. Browne, at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar ; 1705
Rauner Rare Book BF1445 .B4 1705

Self-regulated category learning : category similarity affects study sequencing choices
Tang, Xinyun, author
"Prior research has found that when given the opportunity to select what category to view for each trial, subjects tend to select the same category repeatedly (blocked presentation, Tauber et al, 2012), even though interleaved presentation (examples from the same category are never presented consecutively) has been shown to benefit category learning (Kang & Pashler, 2012). We investigated whether subjects' study choices were sensitive to category similarity and whether such choices predicted learning outcomes. In the first experiment, category similarity (high vs. low) was manipulated between-subjects, and subjects selected the category they want to view for each study trial. Subjects studied 48 examples each from 4 categories, and after a short distractor, they were given a classification test that included 16 exemplars (half studied/novel) from each category. Compared to low similarity group, subjects in high similarity group made more switches (change in category selection from one trial to another) and had fewer blocks (the number of times of selecting same category for more than 3 trials) during study. The number of blocks was positively correlated with performance in the low similarity group while the average length of blocks was negatively correlated with performance in the high similarity group. Our study provides further evidence for the moderating role of category similarity in interleaving effect (Calvalho & Goldstone, 2014) and indicates that subjects are sensitive to category similarity when given the choice to select. In the second experiment, we measured within-category similarity of 16 painters' paintings using cluster analysis, which can be used in future replication studies and also provided a new possibility for category learning research that concerns category similarity."
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .T354 2016

Flooding and equilibrium of stream channels : a high-resolution lidar study
Kantack, Keith McBride., author
"While floods have been widely studied, quantifying or predicting their impacts remains challenging for geomorphologists. Often the spatial or temporal scales of analysis prevent robust analytics: spatially, studies typically have been done on the cross section scale or temporally by comparing pre- to post-flood geospatial datasets. In this study, to capture the response and recovery process following a catastrophic flood generated by Tropical Storm Irene, we use high-resolution (≤lm) lidar data from before the flood (2010), one year after the flood (2012), and four years after the flood (2015) to build a predictive model of erosion and deposition, as well as assess the changes in the variability of the channel's unit stream power curve, which we use as a proxy for reach-scale equilibrium. Findings suggest that the downstream gradient in unit stream power is a powerful predictor of erosion and deposition, but where the two-year flow exceeds 150 W/m², erosion is the dominant response. The result of this is the reduction of variation in the unit stream power curve over the ̃l km scale, which we argue to be a change in the direction of reach-scale equilibrium."
Kresge Thesis M.S. Earth 2016

Daphnis and Chloe
Longus
Boston : F.A. Niccolls, [1900?]
Rauner Hickmott 756

Trois filles de leur mère : aux dépens d'un amateur et pour ses amis
Louÿs, Pierre, 1870-1925
[Paris] : [René Bonnel & Pascal Pia], [1926]
Rauner Hickmott 755

Heart's desire
Von Dansdorf, Chrysilla
Paris : [publisher not identified], [19--]
Rauner Hickmott 757

Venus in furs
Sacher-Masoch, Leopold, Ritter von, 1835-1895
[Place of publication not identified] : Priv. Print., 1921
Rauner Hickmott 758

Youth walks on the highway
Wetjen, Albert Richard, 1900-1948
New York : Heron Press, [©1930]
Rauner Hickmott 759

Change in organic matter quality and mercury availability in forest soils after clear cutting at Bartlett experimental forest
Bajracharya, Urshula, author
"Soil is the largest sink for atmospherically deposited Hg. The study of soil Hg mobility is important since Hg can leach into wetlands, convert to methyl Hg, bioaccumulate in fish, and cause toxicity to humans. Mercury in soil form strong bonds with organic matter (OM) and sulfur (S), leading to long retention times. This study addresses effects of OM decomposition (measured by [delta]¹³C), S, land use practice and soil type on Hg retention in forest soil in Bartlett, NH, U.S.A. The forests studied are of three ages - 15 (YG), 45 (IG) and 120 years (OG), and contain two soil types - Inceptisol and Spodosol. Oven dried soil samples were analyzed for C, [delta]¹³C, S, Hg, and soil bulk density. Mobile phase Hg was extracted using DI water and analyzed for dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and Hg concentration, and partition coefficients were calculated. The multiple regression of Log₁₀(Hg/C) vs. [delta]¹³C, Log₁₀(S/C), forest growths and soil type is significant (p-value<0.0001; R²=0.88), with all four variables individually significant (p-value<0.05). The [delta]¹³C explains 75%, S/C 9%, forest growth 2% and soil type 3% of the total variance in the Hg/C ratio Similarly, the multiple regression of Log₁₀K[subscript d] vs.[delta]¹³C, Log₁₀ S, forest growths and soil types is also significant (p-value<0.0001, R²=0.44), however some were weakly significant (p-value<0.067). Most variance is explained by [delta]¹³C (32%) and Log₁₀S (13 %), and forest growth and soil type are significant only when one (but not both) is included in the regression analysis. These results demonstrate that Hg retention (Hg/C) and binding strength (K[subscript d]) is strongly, positively associated with the degree of OM decomposition and S concentration, while weakly, negatively affected by soil acidity/leachability (Spodosols vs. Inceptisols). Among forest growths, IG has slightly lower Hg/C ratios than OG and YG, which may be caused by its higher hillslope steepness (high leaching). Differences in vegetation, such as relative abundances of coniferous vs. deciduous trees, may also have contributed to the observed among-growth difference. This work highlights the importance of soil C and S cycles to Hg retention, and demonstrates their effects are, at least in part, independent."
Kresge Thesis M.S. Earth 2016

Gamiani, or, Two nights of excess
Musset, Alfred de, 1810-1857
[Place of publication not identified] : Dorian Club, 1923
Rauner Hickmott 761

La Vénus indienne : ou, Aventures d'amour dans l'Hindoustan
Devereux, Charles
Paris : Bibliothèque des curieux, 1913
Rauner Hickmott 764

Là-bas
Huysmans, J.-K. 1848-1907
Paris : Plon, [1922]
Rauner Hickmott 765

Mémoires d'une chanteuse allemande
traduit pour la première fois en fran̨cais avec des fragments inédits ; introduction par Guillaume Apollinaire
Paris : Bibliothèque des Curieux, 1913
Rauner Hickmott 766

L'œuvre du Marquis de Sade
Sade, marquis de, 1740-1814
Paris : Bibliothèque des curieux, 1912
Zoloé -- Justine -- Histoire de Juliette -- La philosophie dans le boudoir -- Les crimes de l'amour -- Aline et Valcour.
Rauner Hickmott 762

L'œuvre du chevalier Andréa de Nerciat. Deuxième parti, Félicia ou mes Fredaines
Nerciat, Andréa de, 1739-1800
Paris : Bibliothèque des curieux, 1911
Rauner Hickmott 763

A night in a Moorish harem
Herbert, George, Lord, 1841?-1903?
Paris : Isidore Liseux, 1909
Rauner Hickmott 767

The nightclerk : being his perfectly true confession
Schneck, Stephen, 1933-
New York, N.Y. : Grove Press, Inc., ©1965
Rauner Hickmott PS3569.C52 N54 1965

Thérèse and Isabelle
Leduc, Violette, 1907-1972
New York : Farrar, Straus & Giroux, [1967]
Rauner Hickmott 769

Le souper des petits-maitres : conte compose de mille et un contes
Cailhava, Jean François, 1731-1813
Paris : Bibliotheque des Curieux, [1934]
Rauner Hickmott 770

Les noeuds enchantés; ou, La bisarrerie des destinées
Beauharnais, Fanny, comtesse de, 1737-1813
Paris : Davois, 1914
Rauner Hickmott 771

Integration and analysis of biodata compendia : informatics approaches for cancer drug discovery
Ung, Matthew H., author
"The Information Age has introduced a deluge of biological and biomedical data generated by academic multi-institutional consortia, healthcare and government institutions, and individual scientific laboratories around the world. The availability of these data coupled with increasing computing power presents novel opportunities to develop quantitative approaches to integrate, analyze, and interpret these data to extract biological insight. Presumably, doing so will significantly accelerate the pace at which new biological and biomedical discoveries are made that impact human health and longevity. A large proportion of these biodata have been generated under the context of cancer, which has been under intensive study due to its prevalence and refractoriness to several therapeutic regimens. Furthermore, cancer is a genetic disease that arises from the corruption of genetic information which leads to abnormal cellular growth processes; thus understanding its genesis can provide greater insight into the nature of cellular malfunction. Because of the complex nature of cancer, utilizing quantitative and systems-based approaches holds great promise in driving the exploration of cancer mechanisms especially in an era where large-scale computation is possible. "
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

C-di-GMP-mediated motility regulation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Baker, Amy E., author
"Cyclic diguanylate (c-di-GMP) is a broadly conserved intracellular signaling molecule that promotes biofilm formation and represses swarming motility in the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. C-di-GMP production by diguanylate cyclases and breakdown by phosphodiesterases are well studied, yet the mechanism by which this signaling molecule influences swarming motility remains poorly understood. Swarming is a form of surfaceassociated motility controlled by flagellar rotation. P. aeruginosa has a single polar flagellum that can be powered by two distinct stator complexes - one of which, MotCD is required for swarming motility, and the other, MotAB cannot support swarming motility. We have previously demonstrated that c-di-GMP levels impact stator localization, indicating that c-di-GMP may influence the occupancies of MotAB and MotCD complexes at the flagellar motor as a means for controlling flagellar function. The work presented here demonstrates that the c-di-GMP effector FlgZ and the exopolysaccharide Pel participate in c-di-GMP-mediated swarming repression. Using bacterial two-hybrid and co-immunoprecipitation assays, we show that FlgZ interacts with MotC in a c-di-GMP-dependent manner and does not interact with MotA. Additionally, we demonstrate that MotC physically interacts with the diguanylate cyclase SadC, and we present evidence that this interaction is capable of stimulating SadC activity. Overall, our work suggests a new mechanism for c-di-GMP-mediated motility regulation in P. aeruginosa in which FlgZ:c-di-GMP interacts with and sequesters MotCD complexes away from the flagellar motor; then disengaged MotCD stators stimulate c-di-GMP production to ensure motility cessation. This work increases our understanding of surface-associated behaviors in bacteria, a prerequisite to identifying ways to control the formation of biofilm communities."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

Genomic and clinical data integration for improved cancer prognostic and predictive models
Thompson, Jeffrey A., author
"The advent of high-throughput genomics initiated a wave of research into prognostic and predictive genomic cancer biomarkers. Although a great deal of valuable insight has been gained about the relationship between molecular data and cancer outcomes, few genomic biomarkers have entered clinical practice. There are many reasons why this may be the case. For example, many proposed biomarkers fail to show independence from, or superiority to, established clinical variables. In other cases, there are doubts about a biomarker's accuracy, reproducibility, or interpretability. In the past, most approaches were based on individual genomic data types and in many cases individual datasets generated by a single research group. Data-integrated approaches can draw on both redundant and non-redundant information in different datasets to boost accuracy and reliability and in some cases provide improved interpretability. In this dissertation we propose two methods, along with extensions, that can be used to create data-integrated prognostic and predictive genomic cancer models. Our training distribution matching (TDM) approach allows RNA-seq and microarray data to be used in the same analysis, opening up new data for use in validation and allowing reliability of current data to be better assessed. The methylation-toexpression feature model (M2EFM) generates prognostic and predictive scores based on a model of regulatory disruption that integrates DNA methylation, gene expression, and clinical data. Both methods are demonstrated to be effective across a range of datasets and compared to relevant methods."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Ph.D. 2017

Aus den Memoiren einer Sængerin = Mémoires d'une chanteuse : première et seule traduction complète
Schröder-Devrient, Wilhelmine, 1804-1860
Hambourg : [publisher not identified]. 1911
Rauner Hickmott 772

Forbidden Fruit : luscious ... story of a boy seduced by his ... aunt ... nursemaid ... chambermaid, and ... mother
London : For subscribers only, 1898
Forbidden fruit -- Forbidden fruit (continuation) -- Master Percy's progress -- In and beyond the domestic circle.
Rauner Hickmott 773

Ces dames s'amusent
Echara, Grimaudin d'
[Paris?] : [publisher not identified], [1909?]
Rauner Hickmott 774

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